DOT Mass Turnpike

Open Issues: 14 Closed Issues: 125 Acknowledged Issues: 31
Watching issues created after: 2010-01-31

Area to capture issues relating to the Massachusetts Turnpike.

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  • Pothole Archived
    79-115 Chicopee Street Chicopee, Massachusetts - Chicopee
    There are several potholes on Chicopee St both the North and south lanes under the Mass Turnpike overpass. They are the outside lanes and need to be fixed right away. Not sure why they haven't been address so far. They are getting larger and larger daily. And it not just one pothole it more like 12 or more each side. Major problem every year in these locations.
  • Woodland Drive Framingham, Massachusetts - Framingham
    Contractors working on Woodland Dr have been parking on both sides of the road. Cars can barely get down the road, I can't imaging emergency vehicles can with this being an access to the Mass Pike. This has been going on and off for 2 months now.
  • 154-170 Cambridge St Boston, MA 02134, USA - Allston-Brighton
    i hit this pothole soooo far. i just bought my car from herb chambers and was hopping to get onto the pike and i hit this pothole right at the base of the ramp in the right hand lane.
  • Damaged Sign Archived
    Cambridge Street & Interstate 90 Boston, MA 02134, USA - Allston-Brighton
    As the two Pike exits merge together and then again merge onto Cambridge St, there are no signs indicating the merges. The new bike lane further complicated things as it is unclear whether the lane shifts or ends where the bike lane begins. In at least two places, lanes simply end. Signs warning of the merge / indicating right of way / displaying merged lane patterns are arguably a necessity for avoiding future accidents. Additionally, re-painting of the road lines is sorely needed (this should have been done when the bike lane was added, which itself already needs re-painting in many areas). Overall this whole area from merging off of the Pike exits, thru the first couple stop lights after that on Cambridge St, is very poorly marked for cars and bikes alike.
  • Soldiers Field Rd Boston, MA - Allston-Brighton
    On the access road to Soldiers Field Road/Storrow Drive eastbound, between Western & River, near the entrance to the Mass Pike, the lane markings for the right-most two lanes have worn off. All other lane markings are present and visible. This has led some drivers to not realize that it's a two-lane area; they presume there's only one lane available.
  • Merge sign located after merge location making it difficult for people to know that a merge is about to happen until after it happens - Westbound side of Mass Pike after toll plaza
  • 113 West St MA 01501 - US Congressional District MA3
    Large series of potholes under Mass Pike Bridge
  • Eastbound In The Right Lane On The Massachusetts Turnpike Between The Entrance To The Prudential Tunnel And The Copley Square Exit. - Back Bay
    Very dangerous driving in the right lane on the Mass Pike going east just after entering the Prudential tunnel. Some drivers are swerving to avoid the rough surface/potholes creating hazardous driving conditions.
  • 232 Ruggles Street Westborough, Massachusetts - Westborough
    Ruggles Road just before the I-90 Turnpike Bridge is riddled with potholes/broken up pavemen
  • Pothole Archived
    Lockhouse Rd Westfield, Massachusetts - Westfield
    near turnpike underpass there a 2 bad potholes - hit these and damaged his rims and tires
  • This pothole is around a grate, and ate the front end of my car on the way to the airport recently. It is still there. It's on the downhill slope right before the tolls.
  • Traffic Signal Acknowledged
    Cambridge St Allston, MA, 02134, USA - Allston-Brighton
    There are two traffic signals on Cambridge Street located within a short distance. Can you adjust the timing of these two signals to be in sync for a longer period of time to allow for sufficient traffic flow? A majority of the traffic is coming off of the Pike into Cambridge. One light is often red while the other is green and cars are sitting there at the lights because there is nowhere to go unless both lights are obviously green at the same time. When both lights are green at the same time it is only for a few seconds. Adjusting the timing could seriously help with the traffic jams at this intersection. Thanks!